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From left to right: ICU consultant Dr Sam Hanna-Jumma, Prior of the Community of the Tree of Life, the Revd Rachel Bennetts, ICU Matron Jackie Redfern, Consultant Cardiac Surgeon Mr Mustafa Zakkar, Trisha Nutter, Matt Nutter and ICU Consultant Dr Susan Dashley.

In memory of Andrew 

Cheques totalling a magnificent £1,500 have been presented to the Adult Intensive Care Unit at Glenfield Hospital, Leicester, in memory of St Mary's Church, Melton Mowbray, stalwart Andrew Nutter, who sadly died following heart surgery on July 28th.

Andrew's wife Trisha, son Matt and daughter Hannah recently visited the unit to present the cheques to ICU Matron Jackie Redfern in appreciation of the excellent care Andrew received during his stay there. Also present was Prior of the Community of the Tree of Life Rachel Bennetts.

The money was collected at Andrew's funeral in August and has also been sent in since from friends and colleagues. It will be used to fund staff training in the Adult Intensive Care Unit. 

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St Mary's Church stalwart Andrew Nutter.

Trisha said: "We wanted to recognise the way ALL the staff on the ward worked with a quiet caring efficiency. We were impressed with the way Andrew and each of us were treated and respected and how we were included in all the decisions of care. We would like to particularly acknowledge the support given during the process of letting Andrew gently go without pain and in peace.

"We feel investment in the staff is important and retention of staff depends on how they feeled valued so asking for the money to be for training will help this. All training money comes from non NHS money.”

If you would like to contribute to the donation in memory of Andrew to help the Adult Intensive Care Unit at Glenfield Hospital, Leicester, make cheques out to Leicester Hospitals Charity (writing AITU on the back) and send them to: Marie Hough, Admin & Legacy Manager, Leicester Hospitals Charity, Fundraising Department, Belgrave House, LGH, Gwendolen Road, Leicester LE5 4PW. Please add a note that it is for Andrew’s memory so that it can be added to the correct area.


*A chair was dedicated to Andrew Nutter in St Mary's Church, Melton Mowbray, on Sunday, November 24th by Bishop of Leicester, the Rt Revd Martyn Snow. The inscription reads: "In loving memory of Andrew James Nutter 2019. He loved buildings and architecture." 


*Andrew had a great sense of humour and a love for Marmite and his ashes are now kept at home in a special personalised Marmite urn.

*To find out more about Andrew click here.

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